best grinding wheels - miller welding discussion forums

Best Grinding Wheels - Miller Welding Discussion Forums

03-14-2007, 08:28 PM. Grind. I would indeed use a flap wheel to do surface prep for welding. I use a 40 grit on mine and it works wonders. There more expensive than regular disks, but they perform much better. I dont know the thickness of metal u are welding, but i know for thinner material, they work great. Flap discs - Miller Welding Discussion Forums Welding Projects; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Die grinder sanding/grinding discs - Miller Welding 3M makes sanding discs just like roloc pads. Easy to change and come in all grits and work great on an angle die grinder. I use 60 and 80 grit. They are not cheap, but cheap sanding discs as well as grinding wheels suck. On the next page on the enco web site, they have the quick change back up pads, about $4 or so.

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lets talk flap disks - weldingweb - welding community for

Lets talk Flap Disks - WeldingWeb - Welding Community for

I ordered a few grinding disks, wire wheels, and 2 each of all of their brand, flap disks. All of my welding gear is in storage at my side job. I've been so busy with my day job, I don't have time for side work. So, I just bought a 6" Dewalt for cutting, a 4.5" Dewalt for grinding, wire and flap, and a Dewalt straight die grinder. 5 Best Flap Discs for Cleaning and Prepping Mild Steel A 60 grit flap disc is a general purpose grade. Widely used for preparing mild steel by grinding off rust, mill scale and paint. Also de-burring steel and rounding and beveling edges. And it is used for medium grinding off of your weld bead once you have finished welding as well as removing weld spatter. 4. Are Walter grinding wheels much better? - Practical Machinist In addition to the grinding wheel issue (which is why I asked about the Walter wheels) we have the human issue of the welders wanting to use a 4-1/2" grinder for everything. I also have 7" Milwaukee grinders for the heavy stuff but I usually have to force people to use them since the 4-1/2" is already in their area and the 4-1/2" is lighter.

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